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UPDATED: 10:51, December 30, 2005
China to launch Chang'e-I lunar satellite in 2007, program chief
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It had been decided that China's lunar fly-by mission program has overall proceeded from an initial design stage to the production of a satellite and its carrier rocket, announced Luan Enjie, commander-in-chief of the country's lunar exploration program.

The monitoring system, launching field and ground application system have entered the stage of system integration and joint test.

The first lunar satellite Chang'e-I will be launched in the year 2007.

By People's Daily Online

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